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CRTC denies forbearance request for MIPT and Centrex IP

Briefs | 09/10/2007 1:52 pm EDT

The CRTC has shot down applications from Bell Canada and SaskTel to have two business-oriented IP telephony services forborne from regulation. In a short decision released on September 7, the commission ruled that Bell's Managed Internet Protocol (MIPT) and SaskTel's Centrex IP services don't meet the requirements to be considered access-independent VoIP services.

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